my local branch manager has decided to close all of my accounts including checking with 9 days notice as of 8/15. Because this notice came after my August bills went out on 8/1 ,many checks will bounce. Who do bank managers usually report to? I am assuming she can do this, but who at citibank would I talk to? any title sugestions? Because it does not seem like it should be citibanks policy to plan to do cutomers actual financial harm upon leaving? I requested keeping checking open until 9/1 and hand delivered to letter to the manager's desk this morning She followed me out of the bank and threw my letter in the trash can outside the door as I watched! Would a branch manager across town be good to talk to? Sorry to take up space on the investors board, but you all should know the character or lack of it that the employees seem to have. I can only hope I am not one of one hundred getting this treatment. By the way when this all started, I had low a 6 figure balance at citibank.
See my previous posts for a description of citibanks multiple errors and refusals to correct them which made me righteously angry. To close my accounts this quickly, causing my checks to bounce and to actually throw my hand delivered letter in the trash can in front of me seems a bit unprofessional for a manager level of a fortune 500 company. I will take this elsewhere. Again, any suggestions?